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to us, and thus prepare them, without any loss of property, to accommodate themselves to the Northern free-soil idea. But should they unite their destiny with us, and become stars in the Southern galaxy — members of a great Southern Confederation — we will receive them with open arms and an enthusiastic greeting. Should, then, danger approach their borders, or an enemy, open or disguised, make war upon them, there is not a doubt but a living rampart of freemen, from the Atlantic to the Gulf of Mexico, would line their borders and beat back the invaders. The Governor then speaks of "Federal Relations." He gives a history of Mr. Hemminger's mission to Virginia, where he was "kindly received and hospitably entertained," but failed to convince the Legislature of the necessity of concentrated action on the part of the South: One of the resolutions adopted by Virginia in response to the invitation of South Carolina and Mississippi to meet in conference, expresses the opinion tha